Attend the taping, follow along with the live stream or enjoy the statewide broadcast

JOHNSTON, Iowa (January 29, 2019) -  Iowa Public Television announced today it will once again host the Terrace Hill Piano Competition. The 2019 competition will be held on Saturday, February 9 at the IPTV studios in Johnston. A showcase of this year's performances, beginning at 2PM, will be live streamed on Iptv.orgYouTube and Facebook, with a statewide broadcast to follow on Friday, February 15 at 8:30PM.

All sessions of the competition are open to public. Attendees will enjoy some of the best amateur musical entertainment while being part of live television in the making. To register for free tickets to the Terrace Hill Piano Competition, visit Established in 1986, the annual event features junior and senior-level high school students, and scholarships are awarded to the winners of the senior competition. All judging is done by out-of-state music professionals. Learn more at For more information about Iowa Public Television, please contact Susan Ramsey at 515.725.9703 or Iowa Public Television is Iowa's only statewide television network. IPTV's mission to educate, inform, enrich and inspire Iowans guides its quality, noncommercial programming that tells Iowa's stories like no one else can. Four statewide, public channels offer programs of lasting value to Iowans, regardless of where they live or what they can afford: IPTV (.1), IPTV KIDS (.2), IPTV WORLD (.3) and IPTV Create (.4) on Channel 11, Des Moines; Channel 12, Iowa City; Channel 21, Fort Dodge; Channel 24, Mason City; Channel 27, Sioux City; Channel 32, Waterloo; Channel 32, Council Bluffs; Channel 36, Davenport; Channel 36, Red Oak. More information can be found at

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